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We hiked this on 8/15/18, it is a 3.5 mi, 2 to 2.5 hour hike. The hike is flat at the beginning and then up hill to the lake.
You start through the woods and end up circling a boiling lake with lots of fumaroles,...More
It's quite a drive to get to the trailhead. The last 12 miles are on I paved roads. Once you park, it's an easy 1.8 mile hike to the boiling lake. Oh, by the way, it's really boiling. The perimeter of the lake is teaming...More
Journey to this location goes UP & DOWN. i think that's the only adventure which you will get. But when reach spot it will be not much activity in the lake.
i think we should went to bumper pass hell instead going so long this...More
Walked from Drakesbad. Amazing to see so much debris/fuel on forest floor given supposed effort to better manage forests. Are on the Pacific Crest Trail for a ways. Saw doe and her fawn within about 12 feet. Easy on the way back; going there is...More
Really loved the hike to Boiling Springs Lake. It was a pretty easy and short hike. The trail is very well maintained. The lake itself is beautiful. It may not be the best mud pots in the park, but I think it's extremely unique. I...More
This is one of those things that reminds you that this isn't your typical amazing national park. You are in an active volcanic area and this is proof. It is very cool to take a step back and admire what you are looking at and...More